- (ˈkærəʊ) Sir Antony. born 1924, British sculptor, best known for his abstract steel sculptures
- (ˈkɑːrəʊ) Joseph (ben Ephraim) 1488–1575, Jewish legal scholar and mystic, born in Spain; compiler of the Shulhan Arukh (1564–65), the most authoritative Jewish legal code.
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Examples from the Web for caro
Caro spent the Nieman year immersed in study—reading, taking classes, attending lectures—about government and urban planning.
Caro wanted a clean start, a new editor, and enough money to survive on while he finished writing The Power Broker.
Caro by this point had completed most of the research and written more than half the book.
“When Robert Moses began building playgrounds in New York City, there were 119,” Caro writes in The Power Broker.
Kluger says Simon & Schuster gave Caro an additional advance of $1,500.
For the moment "caro Emilio" became "maledetto Emilio" in his mind.
Out of the corners of his eyes he stole a glance at "caro Emilio."
You swallowed every word Graves said, Caro, as if he was the whole book of Proverbs.Cap'n Warren's Wards
Joseph C. Lincoln
And for God's sake, caro dottore, put a little warmth into it!A Fearful Responsibility and Other Stories
William D. Howells
Caro took her place in the quadrille, as she also wore white.The Californians
Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton